GEM++: A Tool for Solving Substitution-Tolerant Subgraph Isomorphism

@inproceedings{Lerouge2015GEMAT,
  title={GEM++: A Tool for Solving Substitution-Tolerant Subgraph Isomorphism},
  author={Julien Lerouge and Pierre Le Bodic and Pierre H{\'e}roux and S{\'e}bastien Adam},
  booktitle={GbRPR},
  year={2015}
}
The substitution-tolerant subgraph isomorphism is a particular error-tolerant subgraph matching that allows label substitutions for both vertices and edges. Such a matching is often required in pattern recognition applications since graphs extracted from images are generally labeled with features vectors computed from raw data which are naturally subject to noise. This paper describes an extended version of a Binary Linear Program (BLP) for solving this class of graph matching problem. The… 

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